An old Master Craftsman Sandvik saw with a 24" blade and 8 teeth per...
An original part set of skew mouthed, Speight (Leeds) Hollow & Round...
A wide complex moulding plane. Good length blade with clean blade face....
A brass smoothing plane with beech handles.
Flat bottom Stanley no.53 spokeshave, retains original Stanley Conn USA...
Registered ash handled chisel made by Brades & Co. Width: 35mm
3 socketed bevel edged chisels made by Wm.Marples & Sons. Includes:...
Mahogany handled paring chisel made by James Howarth. Width: 36mm
A super complex wooden moulding plane. The front nose is marked 'J E Buck, 2 Russel Street, Landport'.
A nice old increasingly hard to find wooden sash scribing plane. Plane Width (at bottom): 16mm
A Wooden Moulding Plane with a Complex sole design.
An unusual profiled wooden moulding plane made by Gardner. English (Bristol) circa 1870s-1930s
An old wooden moulding plane with a complex sole pattern. The front nose is marked ‘Atkin & Sons, Birmingham, Warranted’.
A wooden plane with a small complex triple reed profile on the central boxing, with a tall centre reed (see profile).
A nice old Buck ogee and astragal plane. The front nose is marked ‘Buck, 261 Edgware Road, London’. English (London) circa 1870s – 1900s
An old Hopkinson wooden plane with double reed profiled sole. The front nose is marked ‘Hopkinson, Shoreditch’. Circa 1830s- 1870s.
A nice old Moseley & Son wooden moulding plane with a Cove and Astragal Sash profile. The front nose is marked ‘Moseley & Son, London’. Circa 1820 - 1830.
An old wooden plane with a highly complex profiled sole. blade needs some re-profiling to match profile of plane. Circa 1820s – 1840s.
An old wooden complex moulding plane marked 'E Preston'.
An old wooden Ovolo and Scotia moulding plane marked 'Higgs'. The plane dates to the end of the 1700's - early 1800's.
A nice little complex wooden plane which is shorter than most wooden moulding planes.
A wide complex moulding plane by Moseley. The front nose of this old wooden plane is marked ‘Moseley, 16 New St’. English (London) circa 1810-1830.